Finding Peace, Hope, and Joy in the Psalms
by George Robertson
Pub Date 27 Apr 2020
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How do you worship when you're depressed? Where do you find words to express inexpressible joy? What do you pray when you need hope?
Soul Anatomy is a biblical guide for working through emotional turmoil in a gospel-centered way. It shows how the Psalms serve as a God-authored script by which to express every category of the human experience.
The Bible's inspired hymnbook guides believers through the highest summits and lowest troughs of life and invites the not-yet believer to a Redeemer who ultimately experienced all of the emotions of these prayers in his incarnation.
Author George Robertson enables readers to find a sympathetic Savior in the Psalms who experienced every human emotion, and he helps men and women see the God-inspired vocabulary for expressing every feeling to the Father.
Soul Anatomy helps men and women respond to the love of God in all the ways the psalmists do: spiritually, vocationally, physically, and volitionally. As divinely inspired prayers, God offers the vocabulary he welcomes from us when we do not know how to pray.
Discover the heart of Jesus through the prayers of Jesus, the high priest who can sympathize with us.
George Robertson earned a bachelor's degree from Covenant College; a master's of divinity and master's of theology from Covenant Theological Seminary; and a doctor of philosophy degree in historical and theological studies from Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. Currently he is the senior pastor at Second Presbyterian Church in Memphis, TN, and a council member for The Gospel Coalition. He previously served as a lecturer/adjunct professor at Covenant Theological Seminary. He is married to Jackie and they have four children: Taylor, Anna, Abbey, and Caroline.